Board of Directors
Teryl and her husband Steve are Trophy Club “boomerangs”. After living here for several years, they took a job move for 3 years, and upon retirement have returned to Trophy Club for good. Teryl, past Treasurer of TCWC, spent 25 years as a management consultant. She also was the Director of Operations for a non-profit animal shelter in Connecticut, and has brought her passion for animals to Trophy Club, where she fosters puppies in her spare time. Teryl has enjoyed the friendships she has made through TCWC.
Sherry and her husband of almost 25 years, Eric, have lived in Roanoke for almost 7 years, having moved here from Euless. They have 2 awesome children -- Josh, age 18, a senior at Byron Nelson High School; and Sarah, age 13, a 7th grader at Tidwell Middle School. Sherry's passions include her pursuit of God, her love for her family, cooking, wine and travel. She has enjoyed her travels all over the world and has many stories to tell. She has owned a local travel agency, Lifetime Travel for almost 5 years, specializing in luxury and group travel and cruises.
Jeannette and Jarry located to Trophy Club March in 2010 soon joining TCWC. TCWC membership opened doors for Jeannette in the Town of Trophy Club: launching “Trophy Club Stars and Stripes”; serving as Chair for Town of Trophy Club Parade of Patriots; serving on the Town Council from 2011-2013; and serving as Social Chair, Membership Chair and Programs Chair for TCWC. Jeannette’s professional experience includes public-school educator and business consulting. Bible studies, photography, gardening, golf, and yoga are her interests. Jeannette and Jarry live a quiet life, church, golf, friends, and family. The “favored son” is Watson Tiffany, the beloved dog!
VP Membership Development
Favorite quote "Your time is limited so don't waste it living someone else's life. -Steve Jobs
Cathy's career spans 40 years with the preponderance in Silicon Valley. She spent time at Memorex, Tandem and Sybase working in corporate finance, product marketing and strategic communications before joining her husband's company as chief Operating Officer. The highlight of her life is her family (Ed, husband, and three children, Cass/Lisie/Adam... and Henry/Ron (pets.)) She loves walking, yoga, travel and volunteering.
LuAnne and her husband, Paul moved to Trophy Club in 2012. Favorite pastimes include family, bible study, research, real estate interests and beach-combing with Paul. A proud Dallas Baptist University alumna, LuAnne's career spans: title insurance management, Guest Speaker/Adjunct Professor for Northlake College, Texas Educator, and Municipal Real Estate Specialist. LuAnne retired from the City of Denton and currently contracts as a Municipal Consultant. Having served Trophy Club as a Planning & Zoning Commissioner, LuAnne remains active in town affairs.
Favorite quote "It takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else." - Erma Bombeck
favorite quote "Find your Joy"
Marsha and her husband, Gene, have been married for 38 years. Marsha has spent many hours volunteering for the American Cancer Society, National Night Out, the Coppell Family YMCA, Metroport Meals on Wheels, the West Texas Boys Ranch in San Angelo, and DFW Collie Rescue. Her son Tim, and daughter-in-law, Karen, live in Lewisville Tx. She andGene enjoy making time for weekend getaways!
Marion and her husband of 32 years, Richard, have lived in Trophy Club for over 20 years, after living in the Boston area for a couple of years where it turned out to be too cold for them. Marion is originally from Germany; her husband is from England. Both are also proud US citizens. Marion retired from IBM just a few months ago. Their biggest passion is exploring the world. They have traveled to remote corners such as Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal and Tanzania, with hopefully many more adventures to come in the future. Marion and Richard are hosting her niece from Germany who goes to school in Argyle.
Favorite quote "The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them." - Albert Einstein
After a challenging, exciting 34-year career in public service, Carol retired and relocated from CO to Trophy Club 8 years ago. She left two adult sons and their families in CO but now lives two blocks from her daughter. Carol served in the Peace Corps in Ethiopia; directed Texas’ clean energy programs for a dozen years, working for three governors; founded a small international consulting firm; and finished her career at the Nat’l Renewable Energy Lab in CO. She has traveled extensively and is the author of Power of the People: America’s New Electricity Choices.